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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. now at noon an embattled police department working to move forth. san francisco's force under new leadership after the chief was fired. good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego . former chief greg suhr resigned yesterday hours after the latest in a string of police shootings in the city. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at city hall to explain what's
next for the city and the department. anne. >> reporter: this afternoon, a lot of emotion still raw about this situation that happened suddenly yesterday. right now, the search is on for a new permanent chief of the department as they work to implement department reforms. >> i have to hold our chief accountable for everything the officers do in every circumstance and especially when an officer-involved shooting is the circumstance. >> reporter: and that is why the mayor asked now former police chief greg suhr to resign just hours after a sergeant shot and killed a car theft suspect in the bayview. the latest in a series of deadly police shootings in san francisco. >> we can only implement the reforms effectively and quickly if we have a new leader and we have leadership that's about uniting our city. >> reporter: now acting chief toney chaplin is charged with leading the department forward. there are rifts among city
supervisors about how the change in leadership has been handled. >> i think this is a loss for the department and i don't care it's going to make reform move any more quickly. >> reporter: the calls for reforms have been growing louder by the day after shootings, protests, hunger strikes and investigations into racist texts. today, people are mourning the loss of a 27-year-old woman, her death the final straw. >> it is endemic of what's wrong with the san francisco police department that we have a police department that is out of control. >> reporter: chief chaplin spoke about his leadership style at a recent forum. >> some people get it right away. not a problem. some people get it sooner or later. we need to train 'em. and some people never get it. they need to be fired and sent packing. [ applause ] >> and that's -- [ applause ] >> reporter: seems like a pretty candid guy. he is going to speak to reporters for the first time since his new
appointment later on this afternoon. in the meantime, there is a federal department of justice investigation ongoing within the san francisco pd. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. vallejo police are investigating a homicide that happened just after 10 p.m. last night. police say they received a call about a woman being attacked in the driveway of a home near star and wallace avenue. she was taken to the hospital where she died from her injuries. a man is behind bars in connection to this case and we expect to learn more about his arrest today. developing news in southern california. flames erupted at an abandoned restaurant on the historic seal beach pier in orange county. firefighters used harbor patrol boats to attack the fire from the ocean. at one point, the roof of the building collapsed. one firefighter had minor injuries. no word on the cause. police are investigating a fire on the google campus. kpix 5's kiet do shows us the damage after a google mapping car was torched overnight. >> reporter: the fire was set
at one of the well known landmarks the google street view car parked on solano drive in mountain view where the google maps team is based. about 11 p.m. last night somebody set fire to two incendiary devices. it singed part of the building and the car itself. firefighters put it out quickly. >> damage was minimal to the building and the vehicles. >> reporter: a closer look at the scene the next day shows two darning spots where the devices were lit -- dark spots where the devices were lit. it's not clear what it was. it was it vandalism or something else? >> that will be determined. everything is sent to a lab for analysis including the accelerant and dna if they can pull anything from that to determine what was going on there. >> reporter: so far no suspect description or motive. if you have any information about this mountain view police want you to call them. in mountain view, kiet do, kpix 5. the number of pregnant women with the zika virus in the u.s. has more than tripled. that's according to a new
report by the cdc. there are now 157 pregnant women affected by zika in the u.s. up from 48 last week. the increase is due to a change of how the government is counting cases. it now includes women who test positive for zika without symptoms. it comes as leaders in washington debate over emergency funding in response. the senate has approved a $1.1 billion-dollar bill to fight. it the house has approved a $622 million bill. the white house is asking congress for nearly $2 billion. now to campaign 2016. the front-runner in the presidential race are both taking on the issue of guns. donald trump is expected to talk about his stance on gun control when he addresses the nra national convention today. the presumptive republican nominee will meet with nra members and republican leaders in louisville, kentucky to patch up the party. since the start of his campaign, trump has pledged to get rid of gun-prezones at
schools and military -- gun- free zones at schools and military bases. hillary clinton will appear in florida tomorrow with the mother of trayvon martin and other parents whose children died from gun violence. the latest cbs news poll shows clinton with a lead from trump, lower than last month. time is running out for californians to register to vote or change their party affiliation ahead of the june primary. monday is the deadline. if you are registered as a democrat, republican or independent, you can only vote for candidates of that party. you can register or make changes online. we have a link to that on our website, cbssf.com. egyptian air and naval crews have found wreckage from the plane that disappeared over the mediterranean sea and now they are working to figure out what brought egyptair flight 804 down. tina kraus reports. >> reporter: greek authorities say egyptian search crews have spotted human remains, suitcases and airplane seats in the mediterranean sea nearly
200 miles north of alexandria, egypt. the european space agency says this small spot on a satellite video shows what could be a mile long oil slick from the crash of egyptair flight 804. the jetliner carrying 66 people from paris disappeared from radar early thursday morning. [ crying ] >> reporter: in cairo where the plane was supposed to land, family members of the victims are demanding answers. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: i want to know where my son is, said this man, what's the government doing. in the 24 hours before the crash, the jet had flown from eritrea to egypt, then to tunisia and back to cairo, then on to paris. investigators are running background checks on every passenger and scrutinizing anyone who had access to the plane. >> is there anybody on that flight with a link to a terrorist organization? number one. and number 2, are there any conversations that are going on
right now within terrorist organizations non-public conversations where they are congratulating each other? >> reporter: terrorism is the leading theory but there's no evidence to explain the crash. this headline in cairo reads, the secret of the airbus is in the bottom of the sea. tina kraus, cbs news, london. >> the uk, france, greece and italy are all helping in the search effort. the sole surviving suspect link to the paris terror attacks refused to speak to judges today. salah abdeslam was set for questioning in his first court appearance. but has lawyers said that abdeslam was invoking his right to silence. he is charged with terror offense. 130 people were killed in the november attack in paris. yahoo' core business is expected to be auctioned off for billions of dollars. but the latest estimates may fall short of what the company was expecting. the "wall street journal"
reports verizon and others are expected to bid around $2 billion to $3 billion for yahoo. last month some projections were before $4 billion and $8 billion. bidders lowered the prior to after weeks of sales presentations by yahoo's ceo marissa mayer. taking a live look at the big board on wall street now, the dow is up about 42. tomorrow apple opens its redesign store in san francisco. the union square store will have a more relaxed atmosphere. some of the features include 42- foot sliding glass doors and a 6k video screen. about 20% of this store is an open area to learn about new products. the genius bar is now called genius grove, and it's lined with living trees. there's also an area called the board room dedicated to business customers. still ahead, changes coming to the foods on store shelves. new rules that will have you counting calories differently. >> plus they promise your life will be easier but why wearable devices could be giving you tech overload.
>> from the kpix 5 weather center in san francisco, good afternoon, everybody. take a look at this right here. this is the east bay from dublin. look at the trees waivering in the wind. it's another blustery day here in the bay area. i'll tell you how the wind will affected your weekend as the news continues. we'll be right back. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
more than 400 different fron recalled you will want to check your freezer this afternoon. more than 400 different frozen products are being recalled because they could be contaminated with hysteria from 2014 from costco, target, trader joe's and safeway that far back. it comes from a food company in washington state. they are trying to find the source of the contamination.
the nutrition labels on food are getting a make year of the calories will be bigger in boulder font. added sugar and calculations for serving sizes will be updated. a small bag as chips will be one serving. the food industry has two years to comply. nearly 20 million fitness trackers smartwatches connected clothing and other gadgets were shipped in the first three months of this year. the wearable technology makes a lot of promises to improve your live. dana jacobson looked at whether they really live up to the hype. >> reporter: wearable tech companies say their devices can transform people's lives. they claim to help you sleep better, eat better, work out better, stay connected, stay motivated, stay on track. >> it also measures galvanic skin response is. >> i don't even know what galvanic skin response is. >> reporter: cnet's senior editor says while many wearables are excellent at tracking personal data and delivering messages their functions are still limited. >> promised they would be like magic bands on our wrist. you expect --in a world where
you can talk to things and go into virtual reality, expectations are high. >> reporter: by 2020, the wearables market is expected to be worth $34 billion selling more than 400 million smart devices. >> there's a million wearables tracking what we do. this one is changing what i do. >> reporter: a $200 wearable device allows you to shock yourself every time you engage in a bad habit. if you zap yourself for five days while engaging in bad behavior you can retrain your brain and break the habit. >> you have to want to do it, for example. it's a tool to help you in your habit change process. >> reporter: no matter what the device, research shows a third of consumers stop using them after six months and it's not necessarily the technology that keeps people motivated, it's other people. >> i think that's why fitbit is the biggest success story in wearable tech is the social part. you can compete with people.
>> all right. time for weekend forecast with the one and old roberta. >> well, thank you very much. [ laughter ] >> it must be friday! >> good afternoon. let's get right to it. our live hi-def doppler radar at this particular time in search of raindrops none here but check this out. you see those lightning bolts that have been popping up just south of oroville and west of laporte? that looks like a thunder lightning snowstorm there. we have snow down to 5500 feet in the high sierra. a wind advisory weather advisory there until 11 p.m. snow on this 20th day of may and we have clouds across the bay area. we have the flag on the fly. it's been blustery here in the bay area. 61 degrees in livermore. it's 56 in san francisco. but when you couple in the winds, it feels a little raw at times. 26-mile-per-hour winds right now at sfo. there was, one hour 30-minute
delays on some arriving flights. 16 redwood city across the bay 20 in fremont, this-mile-per- hour winds in livermore. 17-mile-per-hour winds in vallejo, 24-mile-per-hour winds in livermore. napa winds up to 20. jim our weather watcher in napa says he can't believe the wind is so cold. know you what mean. i felt that way yesterday, as well. okay, the wind is all coming from the disturbance to the north of the bay area. that's the core. this is the wraparound moisture in a counterclockwise fashion. the precipitation is taking an inside track so that's why tomorrow when we have been saying chance of rain not everybody is going to get wet tomorrow but we have that potential for a shower and a thunderstorm primarily inland as the low sags south but ejects to the east so it's going to clip like the sonoma napa areas and the discovery bay in brentwood region. this is our futurecast. you see all the precipitation to the each of us. a spotty shower certainly
possible tomorrow morning. it shouldn't be a rainout or a washout. i keep my outdoor plans. it's going to be cool and cloudy. 82 today at the state capital. wind in effect with the winter weather advisory. 61 degrees today in san francisco so good as it gets. there's your sunset and your sunrise tomorrow morning at 5:55. not going to see it mostly cloudy skies. and again, a good chance of a thunderstorm inland. sunday will settle down to 70 for the warmest location areas. >> it will be another interesting 24 hours on saturday. thank you. today history roars into moffett field in mountain view. four world war ii bombers and fighter planes will fly in from monterey in just about 2 hours. part of the national wings of freedom tour honoring those who contributed to the war effort. the planes will spend 8 days there. get ready for family fun at
the san francisco zoo. the zoo is hosting kidsfest one of the biggest events of the year. it features animal presentations and more. you need a special ticket for the event. it starts at 5:00. speaking of animals, sally is joining us along with our pet expert, dr. chase. coming up, how foxtails are posing a big danger for dogs out on the springtime walks. ,,,,,,,,
jill chase joins us now... g with "sally." > i'll hold this. >> there are weeds and pointy on one end and they tend to go into the body with that pointed end but they have barbs on them so they can't back out. they keep going in. i basically tell my owners please stay away from where there are foxtails and they will say how can i do that? they are everywhere. so i say walk on sidewalks, mowed grass, go to the beach. but if they put their nose on the ground, they are liable to sniff it up into the nose and
it won't back out until it moves back so far there's no more sneezing or they can get caught in between their toes and i tell my owners not only to look with your eyes, as well as feel with your fingers. sometimes you'll feel them and not see them. >> are these foxtail plants all over the bay area? in the city? >> they're everywhere. they're everywhere? >> you see them a lot in the presidio, fort funston in san francisco and pretty much anyplace where there's wild weeds, that's where you find them so i say stay away because it's very expensive to deal with at the veterinarian. so stay away. >> all right, dr. jill chase, thank you for join us. if you have a question, just email email@example.com, and we'll have our pet expert give you an answer every friday right here at noon. just the right size. today our fresh grocer tony tantillo has tin a mini summer treat. well, they are refreshing and just the right size. today our fresh grocer tony tantillo has tips on a mini summer treat. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is
going to be with mini melons. i remember years back growing up in the produce business all we had was a really big seeded melon that was 20 pounds. if you can't enjoy it all at once you put the rest in the refrigerator and they don't last long so you throw a lot of it away. but the mini seedless melons are hot. one or two people, cut them in half, that's it. and you're done. no waste. selection, beautiful color all the way around and heavy. all watermelons should always be heavy. do not store it in the refrigerator like this at all. leave them at room it. the unused portion you store in the refrigerator. so mini seedless melons in the market. the price are great and this one is really heavy. i'm going to buy this one. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. bye-bye. a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or question,
5:00. coming up in just half- hour, san francisco's acting police chief tony chaplin will speak out for the first time since taking over leadership of the department. this after former chief greg suhr was forced out following the latest deadly officer- involved shooting . you can watch his comments streaming live at 1:00 on our website, cbssf.com. all right. that's going to do it for kpix 5 news at noon. >> oh, look at that! it's friday! weekend! captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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